Alphabet books

What Pete Ate from A to Z : where we explore the English alphabet (in its entirety) in which a certain dog devours a myraid of items which he should not

By Maira Kalman

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In this alphabet book, a child relates some of the unusual things eaten by Pete the dog, including an accordion, a lucky quarter, and Uncle Norman's underpants. Suggested for ages 4-9.
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The Hidden Alphabet

By Laura Vaccaro Seeger

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An alphabet book in which windows open to reveal the letters hidden within each picture. Suggested for ages 4-8.
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The alphabet from Z to A : (with much confusion on the way)

By Judith Viorst

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Verses running backwards through the alphabet take note of some anomalies in English spelling and grammar. Suggested for ages 7-10.
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Ogres! Ogres! Ogres! A Feasting Frenzy from A to Z

By Nicholas Heller

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The letters of the alphabet are represented by an assortment of ogres devouring all sorts of foods. Suggested for ages 4-9.
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Fed Up! a Feast of Frazzled Foods

By Rex Barron

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In a series of alphabetically arranged scenes, a cabbage cries over coleslaw, eggs exit, oranges object, and other foods are pictured to represent all the letters of the alphabet. Suggested for ages 7 & up.
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The Butterfly Alphabet

By Kjell B. Sandved

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A renowned nature photographer presents stunning photographs of butterflies from throughout the world, using close-up views of wing designs that look like letters of the alphabet. JE Fic San
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O Is for Old Dominion: A Virginia Alphabet

By Pamela Duncan Edwards, illustrated by Troy Howell

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Explores the heritage and history of Virginia, offering historical facts for each letter of the alphabet. From Arlington National Cemetery, once part of Robert E. Lee's homestead, to magnificent Monticello, Virginia has always had a prominent place in American history. Jamestown, Williamsburg, and even the Pentagon are just a few of the many places highlighted in Old Dominion. Readers will also be introduced to such history makers as George Washington, Patrick Henry, and Booker T. Washington.

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Ogres! Ogres! Ogres! A Feasting Frenzy from A to Z

By Nicholas Heller

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An alliterative alphabet! Vivacious, voracious vocabulary! Funny or frightening? Find out! Suggested for ages 4-9. JE Fic Hel.
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Shiver Me Letters: A Pirate ABC

By June Sobel

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Having decided that R is not enough for them, a bumbling band of pirates sets sail on a quest to capture the rest of the alphabet. JE Fic Sob
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Alphaboat

By Michael Chesworth

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Rhyming text full of puns tells the story of the letters of the alphabet sailing off to look for a buried treasure.

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